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Operating Expense Analysis

06/07/2021 Tenants

Look Beneath the Surface

When was the last time you studied your operating expense bill from your landlord in detail?


ECR’s Tenant Representation group will provide a review of the landlord’s annual operating expense reconciliation report. The review may uncover outliers or errors, which can save clients money and/or provide them with preliminary information to request an audit. This initial analysis is provided to clients at no cost and no commitment. It is just one of the ways ECR evens the playing field.

What is an Operating Expense Analysis

An Operating Expense analysis is a value-add service for clients that we offer as part of our on-going commitment to providing the most value before, during, and long after a lease is signed. We believe this level of service from your broker is necessary and should be expected when looking to improve your bottom line.

Reviewing your current operating expense reconciliation statement and comparing it to the definition of operating expenses in your lease, as well as against the historical reconciliation statements from prior years, can help you by determining:


The Bottom Line

Operating Expense calculations are surprisingly complex. Through ECR’s experience in reviewing lease terms, billings and miscalculations, we know where to look for errors that can result in tangible dollars saved.


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